Catholic Church in Poland

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'Niedziela' in the Bishops' Conference

Milena Kindziuk

'Niedziela' is a good, reliable paper. I want to express my recognition of the achievements of the weekly, especially its contents, which it presents to the society', said the Primate of Poland Cardinal Jozef Glemp during the presentation of the new graphic design of 'Niedziela', which took place in the Secretariat of the Polish Bishops' Conference in Warsaw in November. »

To defend life

Archbishop Jozef Michalik

The false thesis that a being living under the mother's heart is not human has caused that today there are cemeteries for children who were killed by parents and doctors, i.e. by those who have been called to save human life. »

Proclaiming Christ through the media

Rev. Monsignor Ireneusz Skubis talks to Archbishop Marian Golebiewski, Metropolitan of Wroclaw.

Priests realise that their influence on the faithful is limited by their time, rhythm of work and numerous jobs. Catholic press, helping them deepen spiritual life and explaining the complexities of the world that surrounds us, should fill the time they could not dedicate to believers. »

I know that it was God who saved me

Msgr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved in Poland during the Nazi occupation.

Arturo Dreifinger, a Jew who was saved during the Nazi occupation by Fr Antoni Marchewka, later editor-in-chief of 'Niedziela', came to Poland to collect materials for a book that will be a testimony to the heroism of the Poles who saved Jewish children. »

Kalkow paths to God

Agnieszka Dziarmaga

Fr Adam Wala built a sanctuary on the poor Swietokrzyskie land that draws thousands of pilgrims. There is a Village of Disabled Children next to a place called Golgotha. Other works of Fr Wala include: an orphanage on the San, houses for the elderly, hermitages for those who want to pray. 'God himself demanded this land, which was so much persecuted for its patriotism and religious attitude', the priest says humbly. »

Krakow, honour and commitment

Fr Ireneusz Skubis talks to Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, Metropolitan of Krakow.

'Niedziela' is about to begin a new edition. In October 'Niedziela Malopolska' [Malopolska Sunday] will be available in every parish of the Krakow Archdiocese, which the Servant of God John Paul II was very much connected with. In the masthead of the paper there is a figure of the Merciful Jesus and the Holy Father John Paul II. »

Living monument with beating hearts

Fr Pawel Rozpiatkowski

It is hard to count all monuments to John Paul II in the Polish land. It is estimated that till the death of John Paul II 230 monuments were created in Poland. At present, the exact number of such monuments is not known. »

10th Pilgrimage of 'Niedziela' to Jasna Gora

Fr Mariusz Frukacz

The 10th Pilgrimage of Workers, Readers and Friends of the Catholic Weekly 'Niedziela' to Jasna Gora took place on 16 September 2006. The motto of this year's meeting was 'Sursum corda! - Lift up your hearts! This pilgrimage of 'Niedziela' had a unique, jubilee character. »

'Niedziela' - God's gift

Milenia Kindziuk talks to Msgr Ireneusz Skubis, who has been the editor-in-chief of 'Niedziela' for 25 years.

The Catholic Weekly 'Niedziela', which reaches the farthest parts of the world, which reaches all the places where Polish people live, and which has one million readers every week, is going to be published in a new format and graphic layout. 'New times have come and with them we face new challenges', says the editor-in-chief Msgr Ireneusz Skubis. This year has been a jubilee year for 'Niedziela': 80 years of existence and 25 years of work of the present editor-in-chief. »

From Linotype to InDesign

Lidia Dudkiewicz

'A window on the universal Church', 'a bridge joining the nation with Jasna Gora, the spiritual capital of the Polish people', 'a meeting space of Polonia and the Homeland', these are the words we read in the correspondence sent to the editorial board of 'Niedziela' in 2006, the year of the 80th anniversary of the weekly. »

'Niedziela' - Deo et Patriae

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

Our aim has always been to present the message of the Church, to be faithful to our Homeland, Polish culture and history as well as to be people's friends in their daily joys and sorrows', says Msgr Ireneusz Skubis, editor-in-chief of 'Niedziela'. »

We are at the foot of Jasna Gora

Fr Ireneusz Skubis

Polish pastoral ministry is focused on the pastoral ministry at Jasna Gora. That's why 'Niedziela' writes about this place. Jasna Gora is Poland, is Polonia [Polish immigrants all over the world], and many events that have gone down in the history of our nation. »

About pilgrimages in Poland (2)

Antoni Jackowski, Izabela Soljan

Most Catholic pilgrimages are connected with the Marian cult. It appeared in our lands after Poland had accepted Christianity. Since its beginnings the Marian cult has played an important role in the history of our country and nation. »

About pilgrimages in Poland (1)

Antoni Jackowski, Izabela Soljan

Holy places are on all continents, regardless of the character or development level of a given religion. With time pilgrims' routes have been established and people keep following these paths to and from holy places. »

Christianity did not allow itself to be shut away

Archbishop Jozef Michalik

On 28 June all Poland was wholeheartedly in Poznan to honour the indomitable city and its inhabitants who protested against the empire of evil in order to protect human dignity, freedom, justice and God. Pope Benedict XVI and the Polish bishops paid homage to the Heroes of the Poznan June 1956 uprising. »

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